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. and we were not leaving, not ever leaving el corazon [speaker not understood] of the mission. the [speaker not understood] ends here. (applause) >> and i just want to point out that only san francisco do poets get invited to come to the legislative center. thank you, thank you, thank you. (applause) >>> [inaudible]. (applause) >> thank you, supervisor mar. thank you for the poetry. i would like to acknowledge our next colleague who has several commendations for this afternoon, supervisor olague. >> is it by coincidence that everything happens this week. we have two commendations now and we'll have one when we offer the mental health commendation. so, that's coming a little bit later. but i will start out with acknowledging coreen mayfield. this past weekend has been amazing for the world of professional sports here in san francisco. world champions in baseball and a convincing division in football on national television have put san francisco in the limelight for being a world class city with world champions, caliber athletics. also in the world stage, coreen mayfield, an unb
is [tkha-els/] from coleman advocates for children and youth and thanks for the presentation and your attention. [speaker not understood] she went to her high school counselor and the counselor said -- she said why didn't you give me these credits? and she said i didn't know you wanted to go to college. i just thought you wanted to graduate high school. the reason why we pushed for this policy to go into place and the reason why i think the board of education unanimously voted for it and their original intention of this policy is that we graduate students college and career-ready not just to graduate high school and not just for low-wage job so they can make a choice for themselves as opposed to someone else making the choice for them; right? i think in saying that means that we need to look at c or better as the measurement of our success in preparing students and not just looking at a d; right? in the charts that were presented, it says that 26% of african-american students are on-track with a d or better. that means that 74% are not. when we're looking eight c or better, it'
finished, that makes the total about year now, haveéel some handouts here andi can pass them out. it's -- when most of the folks that go to drug court are marginally housefph9aíz and/or unemployed and by the time they graduate, 100% have stable housing and some source of lega3 income. although the numbers are not huge per class, any little bit helps as the recidivism rate is decidedly lower thanx!exq4  tht do not go to drug court. to hear the commentary of the folkst( at graduation, they, themselves, can't believe they all say that they did it just to sort of work the system and get their case dismissed. realize they're not allowed to get it through that way and that's->w7au a good thing. another thing that the deputy chief brought up,b1fm$ or i gues it'sñp?p&yt actually on the ages where are we with 5.05. i think it's the content is good. the formatting'seq"zó(wm not sos opposed to the old order. i'm working with the city attorney to correct it as to form. and i think that within the next the draft for everyone to look at here, which is again where we would be with the departmen
!cn in commendation of the 25th anniversary of omega boys club, noa marshallwwnag0wd5 was)elsa!e school at -- who witnessed the violence take the life of their. club, whereas over the course of 25 years the omega boys club has trained nearly the alive add free prescription, engaged with more than 10,000 youth who remain alive and free in the bay area, mentored 163 college graduates,;>jk,> 176 be college retention rate for$?ñ?e past six years, produced 32 alumni with post graduate degrees, to train school staff, reduced violence at 17 adopted schools impacting over 15,000 students, spread the alive and free message to over 115,000 people who have heard the alive and free message and presentations and workshops, and served as a model for 24 cities replicating the alive and free prescription and the omega like programs across the u.s. and canada. >> whereas the omega's boys club program was adopted -- therefore be it rye sofd that the board of education of the san francisco school district on the occasion of the omega boys club 25th anniversary congratulates the founders for their tremendous at-r
or killed. especially in these times when years when you have an el nino year where you can have the storms and the trees come down before anybody realizes what is going on, the next thing you are dead and something should be done. some of those trees are dangerous, it doesn't matter what anybody says, some of those trees are dangerous and just a matter of time before somebody gets hurt or worse or yet killed. >> i just wanted to say, allow this work to be done over here in glen canyon park. a lot of that should have been done years ago and everything. that is why the place is in bad shape from years of neglect. because nobody at rec and park or city hall really cared about showing an interest in glen park when things are like deteriorating with the rec center building. and the thing about the rest rooms and anybody that? a wheelchair, or has any other type of disability can't use the rest rooms in the men's rest room over at glen park, and then the woman's room too you have to go down stairs and in the men's room they are in violation of a safety code because there is no railing
. anyone else that would like to comment please come forward. thank you. >> i am david mccord and el cerrito and the chair of the sierra club bay chapter energy subcommittee, and the bottom line is that the plan is not yet ready for approval. for one thing the staff needs to fill in the details about just how you're going to reach out to the various communities in the city. supervisor olague that touched on that. and second the plan does not take into account the impacts of the roll out and pricing scenarios being developed by local power which you have contracted with to do this, and the rate fairness board wants to study these before recommending the rates which will affect what you tell people in your surveys and outreach. so we respectively ask that you direct the staff to return to you in december or january with a really detailed outreach program that clarifies the outreach strategy and integrates local build out and jobs, and infrastructure and incomes into pricing and outreach. thank you. >> hi folks. nice to see you all again. i think it's been a number of months since
was impressed. we're just going back 25 years to your work in el salvador working with refugees and understanding what the connection is between people who are living here, who have immigrated here from central mark, to their experiences here and experiences there and how they affect -- what their emotions are like, what mental health is like and you address all of that in your work. i just want to say congratulations and thank you so much on behalf of the board of supervisors for your work in this city. i know you have many more years to give and you started very, very young in your life's work. so, i congratulate you and offer you our commendation for your work over the years in this city. thank you very much. >> thank you. (applause) >>> thank you very much. and as john said, i do believe that mental health is more than just the individual, it's about creating community. and i feel very honored and very proud of the board of supervisors that you are acknowledging the importance of mental health in this city. i've worked for the city 23 years in mental health and i often come
, haveéel some handouts here and i can pass them out. it's -- when most of the folks that go to drug court are marginally housefph9aíz and/or unemployed and by the time they graduate 100% have stable housing and some source of legal;ú3 income. although the numbers are not huge per class, any little bit helps as the recidivism rate is decidedly lower thanx!exq4 those that do not go to drug court. to hear the commentary of the folkst( at graduation, they, themselves, can't believe got through l#$gçvñ ó1 the program. they all say that they did it just to sort of work the system and get their case dismissed. by the time realize they're not allowed to get it through that way and that's->w7au a good thing. another thing that the deputy chief brought up,b1fm$ or i guess it'sñp?p&yt actually on the agenda, is where are we with 5.05. i think it's the content is good. the formatting'seq"zó(wm not so good, as opposed to the old order. i'm working with the city attorney to correct it as to form. and i think that within the n
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